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Market Commentary: Earnings Season Flouts Calendar Effects

Earnings May Have Delayed Late-February Weakness The S&P 500 climbed a solid 1.7% during the holiday-shortened week, with the lift coming almost entirely from Thursday’s strong gains following NVIDIA’s earnings release. Despite the S&P Technology Select Sector Index gaining more tha …

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Market Commentary: Four Big Questions

Stocks have had a rough start to September on the heels of an August slump. As we noted last week, this type of seasonal weakness is normal. The chart below shows that during various timeframes, August and September can be tricky. September, specifically, has been the worst month of the yea …

Facts Vs Feelings Take 5 – The Worst Month of the Year

September is the worst-performing month for stocks, on average. Dig into the data with Carson Group’s Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick and VP, Global Macro Strategist Sonu Varghese. Highlights include: What could be behind the annual September slowdown? What can investors expect for thi …

Which Type of Life Insurance is Right for Me?

With so many different types of life insurance, finding the most suitable policy takes careful consideration. We’ll help you find the best possible solution, but before you meet with an advisor, having a basic understanding of the different types of life insurance can help.

Market Commentary: This Is What Normal Looks Like

After the best start to a year since 1997 for the S&P 500, stocks finally fell in August, ending a five-month win streak. The S&P 500 closed the month down 1.8%, but that was after a late-month rally brought it back from a loss of 5%.

Facts Vs Feelings Take 5 – Will China’s Economic Troubles Hurt Us

We’ve all heard the latest news about China’s economic slow-down. Discover what Carson Group’s Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick and VP, Global Macro Strategist Sonu Varghese have to say about the headlines. Highlights include: Just how much is China’s economy slowing down? Will China’s …

How to Get Your Finances Back on Track After a “Gray Divorce”

By Scott Berryman, JD First there was Al and Tipper Gore. Then Bill and Melinda Gates. Divorce after the age of 50 is no longer so rare. From 1990 to 2010, the divorce rate for people over 50 doubled. It’s leveled off somewhat, but continues to rise for people over 65. Longer life exp …

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